Science competition

11th May 2001 at 01:00
To tie in with the introduction of Your World magazine to more than 600 schools across Scotland, the biotechnology group at Scottish Enterprise has launched a competition aimed at S4 to S6 science students. All they have to do is write a 900-1,000 word article on How is biotechnology going to affect your world over the next 20 years?

The winner will have his or her article published in the Sunday Herald. Their school will win pound;200 of book tokens and e invited to take up to 30 students on a guided tour of the Glasgow Science Centre. The second and third prizes are pound;100 and pound;50 of book tokens.

Send entries, marked with the pupil's name, school address and teacher's contact number, by June 15 to Biotechnology Group, Scottish Enterprise, 120 Bothwell Street, Glasgow G2 7JP or e-mail more about biotechnology in Scotland see

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